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you could be a billionaire tonight. the largest pack -- jackpot drawing in history. good morning, thank you for waking up with us i am mary stargell >> and i am savanna levens. most people are excited to find out if they are a winner, florida lottery officials are busy gearing up for the big night. we got a behind-the-scenes look at how it all happens. >>reporter: $1.5 billion. that is the largest lottery jackpot in american history. we are about to show you a behind-the-scenes look at the security that goes into these drawings. it is the place where lottery dreams are born. >> and i get five powerball tickets >>reporter: for most -- it's also where they are broken. here in tallahassee, florida, the powerball drawing is serious , secure and top-secret. we are taking you to a place very few people have seen in person. how the powerball drawing is run
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protect it. >> we are going down to the vault. down into the basement level. our studio is held, and for all of the lottery games to include the powerball >>reporter:we are heading underground and if you think that sounds secure enough. the florida lottery has their own florida law enforcement agency. ron cave is the director >> we are charged with i nsurance, the integrity of the game in the 40 -- florida lottery system. >>reporter:the machines involved in the big drawing are held inside this room. each ball set is rated and then goes through an x-ray for defects before making it into the big show. by law, the doors to this room cannot be open until hours before the drawing. all of these >> correct. >>reporter:of these doors were to be open at any time, he says he will get another to his cell phone.
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>>reporter:, as the secretary for the florida state lottery. he says here in florida, everyone has powerball fever >> we are averaging about $556 a second here in florida. that is a lot. >>reporter:what about number. $1.5billion, and it only takes two dollars to be a winner. make sure you play responsibly. if you win, chartres with me. stephen, back to you. if i won. a little bit of it. >> and me, too. >> of course, you. [ laughter] >> in a few minutes we will sit down with a financial expert and they will tell us how to handle all that money if you win a big jackpot. i have three chances right here. >> we have a story posted on our website right now, we just tweeted out about the different personalities you are. and you classify yourself as a personality. it tells you how you would end
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the partier, the traveler, the responsible one, the charity philanthropist. that. hopefully whoever gives that money -- gets that money hopefully get some to charity. we know efran afante wants to use it to change the weather. he is going to dominate himself as mother nature. [ laughter] >> you know, our storm tracker -- i will buy the new york jets and move them here to south carolina. >> quarterback sack. >> right now, we are in the freezing mark. lexington 32, saint matthews 29. but the wind chill is a factor. shows like 27 in winnsboro and camden, feels like soluna -- 29 in saluda.
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we will have a lot of sunshine. it will not be as warm. 54degrees for a high today with light winds out of the northwest and west that 5 miles per hour. tonight 27, and then warmer for tomorrow. a lot of sunshine as the winds kick in from the southwest with a high of 60 degrees. let's check on the road conditions, give yourself a little extra time to warm up your vehicle. take a look outside right now at i 26. this is over mile marker 104 heading toward saint andrews. traffic is light right now, but it has been picking up over the last hour. only issues right now as you're coming south on 321 from knox avenue to airport road a little bit of a merger delay. i 26 to lake murray heading to the williams brice stadium 20 minute commute. on the airport to downtown a 16 minute commute. 70 forecast coming up in just a few minutes. a string of break-ins in orangeburg county charges have being targeted. deputies say the number of
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churches return to their buildings following sunday services. tran wants colby gallagher spoke to some of the churches that were hit. >> it is this comforting knowing that someone will break into a church. >> people are targeting charges. >>reporter:at least eight churches around orangeburg county have been broken into. >> they threw a brick through this window >>reporter:gregory set a manual ame church just replaced a^ni broken window in december. members came back to find the same one chatter this weekend wires to the alarm system ripped out. >> going back to the same position of that window. and nothing else. they have to know that what whatever was in there before, that they came back -- they came back for a reason >>reporter:they cannot figure out what that reason is since nothing was taken. others thoughts like saint baptist church and orangeburg not so fortunate.
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are missing >>reporter:neil parker says he will cut to a call overnight monday that the church alarm was going off. >> as the one officer left, the other one was here and could hear other calls coming in at least two other churches, while he was here, had been broken into also. >>reporter:parker says with 20 doors to choose from the burglars chose the one closest to the equipment. >> they were able to open the door from inside and then go inside. >>reporter:he also believes whoever is responsible knows the churches inside and out. both stoops and parker say while they are praying for the burglars there will be consequences. >> i hope they can get some help. >> we can be forgiving within the church, but when it comes down to the law, that is where it goes. it has to go right back to what the law is. >>reporter:the orangeburg county sheriff's office was able to pull fingerprints from some of the churches and a shoe print. they are continuing to investigate.
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cameras install. columbia police have arrested three people that they were involved with a shooting and they are still searching for a fourth. they have arrested 28-year-old brown, 24-year-old dominic lewis, and 19-year-old anderson. the shooting happened just before 9 p.m. on saturday night in the 3000 block of truman street. police say the driver would not stop for police, lost control of the car and hit a brick wall. anyone with information on the fourth suspect is asked to call crime stoppers at 888-crime-sc the 2016 legislative session is officially underway. lawmakers return to the statehouse yesterday. several big issues. the top one, they say, is fixing our roads. they passed a plan last year that is now in the senate. lawmakers are talking about raising the gas tax as a stable source of money to fix our roads. >> a wet season, as much rain as we have had, exposed more vulnerability in the roads.
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the worse it gets. the less safe our roads are >> the plan also includes income tax cuts and making changes at the dot. if lawmakers return they say a june deadline for developing a plan to improve south carolina's public schools so that more students have a chance for success. leaders pledged to respond to the state supreme court 2014 ruling. that poor rural students lack educational responsibilities. it will include more money for technology in the classroom, as well as summer reading programs a number of lawmakers also want to restructure the state salary schedule in order to pay teachers more. but it does appear unlikely to happen this year. richland county council met yesterday for a special meeting. on the agenda a motion for reforming the county's penny tax program. the recent state audit of the county state -- tax program
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councilman proposed motions to be taken up and discuss. council decided that the transportation committee will first look at the motions before the council discusses him during a public session. the motion included the renaming of the transportation advisory committee. the availability -- the ability to prioritize the list, and quarterly reports of presentations given to counsel . >> there has been issues raised by the department of revenue's audits and i want to correct them going forward. we need to put the public's -- the public at ease and make sure there's a lot of years left in this program. we need to make sure that every cent that is collected is done properly, used properly and it goes towards penny projects. >> during the meeting, councilman rush was reelected as the chairman and great peers was reelected as vice chairman. the public is invited to the statehouse today to give their comments and recommendations on the department of transportation.
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12:30 p.m. in the flat building if you would like to comment you are to arrive a few minutes early to register. a disaster recovery center in richland county will close today, but services will continue to be available for the fema helpline. a disaster recovery center at the richland main library will close at 6 p.m. today. survivors of the flood can get help by calling the hotline, from 7 a.m. until 10 p.m. seven days a week. chick-fil-a is opening a brand-new location tomorrow, it is located at 405 killian road and you want to keep that in mind because get this, the owner will award a free one year supply of chick-fil-a males to the first 100 adult -- meals to the first 100 adults in line. a healthier option added to their menu they are calling at the superfood side, the fast food chain describes it as a blend of hand copped jail and a vinaigrette dressing topped
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it is served with roasted nuts, customers can begin ordering these next monday, the side only has 140 calories for a small portion, and 170 calories in a larger portion. it is time for our mom of the day. and today melanie porter is our mom of the day. she was nominated by her daughter, ava, she tells us that her mother volunteers to help out those in need, and she participates in breast cancer walks. she is a beautiful person inside and out and is truly loved by her daughter and grandson. congratulations melody. if you would like to nominate a mom for mom of the day just head over to our website wltx.com, and click on the banner to send in your nomination. word of the day time now, time to see if mary and savanna can pronounce the word of the day. today's word is choreography. it is a noun that means handwriting or penmanship. and actually, i am going to pull this from my high school not -- latin knowledge.
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make sense. i knew i would be able to use that someday. the last part of the word means to write. i should have been a doctor because i have horrible handwriting. >> you should have been a doctor because you have horrible handwriting? [ laughter] >> that's what my grandfather would have said because i do have horrible handwriting still to come we have a financial expert right here in the studio to tell us how we need to handle all of that money we are going to win with the powerball tonight.
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dealing once again with wind at this point we all know up for grabs. $1.5billion. but when you win that jackpot, what should you do with the? we are here with stephen with no money incorporated. when someone wins, what are your chances -- what are your tips on what they should do first, besides rejoice obviously >> definitely celebrate in your house. the first thing you need to do is claim the prize money anonymously. south carolina is one in six states that will allow you to play the powerball but you can claim your winnings anonymously.
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and close acquaintances. you want to claim that anonymously. >> you mean anonymously as far as publicly. other states will not let you publicly claimant without your name? >> right. there are 44 states that play the powerball in the country. out of the 44, 38 states you have to state your name and that people know who won. if they have a press conference and you get the big check, like this customer here on tv, you can hide your face behind a but you will still have to go up there and let them know who you are. >> so many eyes will be on this personnel. you feel like there is a way they can find you. probably good to have a financial advisor of some sort. >> definitely. that is the second thing they should do they should create a financial team and really assemble. they will be the coach, and the financial team will be the players. they want an attorney, definitely an accountant and also an investment advisor to navigate them through those waters of their new wealth. >> and of course they will be able to afford all of those things. what are your thoughts on
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>> the lump sum is reduced, of course, the $1.5 billion, you get about a 25% haircut on the money. but $1.5 billion, if you want all that money you are going to want to opt for the 29 annual payments. that is the good markup on the lottery. that is the only way you'll get the 1.5 billion and then you will pay your taxes on that. >> if you do not win, and someone else does, what do you hope that winner does with that >> first, i hope they listen to that financial team so that they can advise them with that newfound wealth. but secondly, i really hope that they figure out who they want to give to, and manage it properly. they want to definitely pay off their debts, to reduce the interest that they will pay in the future. and really decide what they are going to do with the money for their friends and family. >> why do you stress remaining
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>> because that amount of money is going to change anyone's life and the people around them as well. you want to be able to navigate that, and control the amount of people that know you have that amount of money. i know that we often see in the news, the young lady who won the lottery in north carolina, she is constantly in the news. she is a public story, very often now. you want to be able to control the amount of attention that you get. >> thank you so much. now, we are going to send it over to meteorologist, efran afante for a check of our weather. savanna, it is going to be chilly if you are heading out right now. get your powerball tickets because right now all of our temperatures are at or below freezing. the only warm spot right now that is above 38 degrees in aiken. a little bit less cloud coverage as we get into bishopville at 34 degrees. sumter 34, winnsboro 32, as well as in lexington.
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the wind chill is not going to be an issue and we will be dealing with this area of low pressure and this cold front. as it continues to move south, an area of high pressure is going to continue to migrate a lot of cold, dry air. that dry air will allow us to have beautiful skies today. it will be mild when the kids get out of school, 53 degrees as our highs today in the midlands will be in the lower to middle 50s. a beautiful day is in store. lots of sunshine. in columbia a high of 54 degrees it will not be near as windy as it was -- windy as it was yesterday. tonight, it will be cold again and we could be seeing temperatures in the 20s, but the wind chills possibly in the upper teens as we are looking at a low of 23 newberry, 27 columbia, down to 25 in saint matthews. as that area of high pressure continues to bring in the cold, dry air we are watching an area of low pressure and a surface
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it will migrate towards the deep south and will bring us a chance for rain as we get closer to the weekend. for tomorrow, 60 degrees with a lot of sunshine, a warming trend with that surface trough coming in from the gulf. with a range has on friday a high of 55, 50 on saturday. once all of that clears out temperatures are going to once again. we are looking at a morning low on martin luther king day, of 28, up to 43 degrees and the cold start -- a cold start once again on tuesday with a high of 46. lets check on the road conditions, as we beat the traffic we will take it. right now and i 20 east on over at mile marker 66. traffic has been picking up, you can see it is pretty light and no accidents are being reported on the interstate. accident 10, an issue right now, a delay as you are on a guster row. main street to sunset boulevard. southlake dry both directions as well as sunset boulevard about directions are moving pretty good. coming from shaw air force base to the fort jackson gate you are looking at a 40 minute
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i 26 to i the undefeated men's basketball team place today, they travel to alabama to face the crimson tide. they moved up in the polls after a win against mandeville over the weekend for the team is now ranked as 15th in the usa today coaches poll, 19 in the ap poll. they are 15-zero for the season, and two-zero for the fcc. tip off for tonight's game is at 9 p.m. meanwhile the women's team are also on the road this week, they take on kentucky.
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tip off for their game is at 7 p.m. coming up, your new year's resolution if it is to eat healthier, you will want to
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granit good morning, thank you for waking up with us on news 19 this morning. >> 6:30 a.m. on your wednesday morning, a chilly morning at that. let's check in with meteorologist, efran afante. good morning, our wednesday
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again as it should be, cold. we are looking at 32 degrees lexington, 28 newberry, 32 winnsboro, saint matthews with 29 degrees, here in columbia 31 degrees. crystal clear skies right now winds or call. not much of a wind chill at least right now. when the kids had out to the bus stop it will be very cold, 29 degrees. make sure they have the winter jacket as they head off to school today. our by our a lot of sunshine today. 44degrees by 11 o'clock, 48 by lunchtime. in the afternoon, with continuous sunshine a high of 54 degrees. by 6 o'clock later on tonight down to 47. let's check on the road conditions as we beat the traffic, we have been having a pretty good morning as far as our commutes. i 26 west on of mile marker 105 just out side piney grove road traffic has been picking up but no accidents are being reported on the interstate. no issues as you are coming off sumter highway crossing over i
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heading downtown columbia. i 76 to harvest in 14 minutes, south from i 772 blithe wit a 22 minute commute. we will take a look at the seven day forecast and the important we can forecast coming up in just a few minutes. knew this morning, iranians reports all 10 detained us navy sailors once in custody, in the for -- persian gulf are now free this morning. officials say the american ship the sailors were aboard had mechanical problems causing it to drift into iranian waters. the crew will not be able to continue their journey. president obama travels to omaha, and baton rouge one day after counting his past achievements and striking an optimistic tone for the future and his -- in his and his final state of the union address last night. any democrats characterize his speech is inspirational, republican presidential candidates took to twitter to critical -- criticize the
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oven or haley delivered the gop response last night touching on several subjects including immigrant reform, government accountability, and >> while democrats in washington they are much responsibility for the problems facing america today, they do not bear it alone. there is more than enough blame to go around. we, as republicans, need to own 3qb%ew?/53kw9+(%ef1w9
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lawmakers return to the statehouse yesterday. facing several big issues. roads. the house plast -- passed a plan last year, lawmakers are talking about raising the gas tax as a stable source of money for roads. >> a wet season, as much rain house -- as we have had, exposes more vulnerability and potholes. the longer we delay the worse it are. >> that plan also included income tax cuts and making changes at the dot. f lawmakers return they say -- face a june deadline for developing a plan to improve south carolina's public schools so that more students have a chance for success. leaders pledge to respond to the states supreme court 2014 ruling. that poor rural students lack educational opportunities. the response will likely include
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the classroom, as well as a summer reading program. a number of lawmakers also want to restructure the state salary schedule in order to pay teachers more, but that particular item appears unlikely to happen this year. richland county council met yesterday for a special meeting on the penny tax program. a motion to reform the program. the recent state audit of the programs found possible corruption and fraud on how the money was spent. counsel most -- councilman seth rhodes -- they decided the transportation committee will first look at the motion before council discusses them during public session. the motion included the renaming of the transportation advisory committee read the ability to reorder the prioritization list , and quarterly reports and presentations given to the council among other changes. >> there has been issues raised by the department of revenue's audit. i want to correct them going forward. we need to put the public's -- the public at ease and make sure there is a lot of years left in this program. we need to make sure that every
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properly, it is used properly and it goes towards penny projects. councilman rush was reelected as the chairman, and councilman greg pierce was reelected as vice chairman. this morning, investigating the death of a -- an inmate at the york county jail. john david dillinger was found unresponsive in his cell on sunday morning. he was rushed to the hospital where he was pronounced dead. the cause of death was not given. dillinger was arrested last week on grand larceny charges. the former berkeley county sheriff has pleaded guilty to dui, and failure to comply with police. in connection with the 2014 drunk driving arrest. wade witt was sentenced to three years of probation and ordered to serve 60 hours of community service. he was arrested back in december of 2014 on counts of leaving an accident scene. failure to stop for blue lights, and dui.
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car in the took off. he resigned his post two months later. as he faced indictment. at this hearing he checked for responsibility for his actions, and said he has been sober for nine months. a north carolina man has been arrested after he cashed in stolen south carolina lottery tickets. stole the tickets during a convenience store. eight counts of the richland county jeopardy of convicted he can face up to five years in prison for each charge and a fine of up to $50,000. this is about that time where some of us, get the little itch, and we start to give up on our new year's resolution. >> it's about that time. but our money man, matt granite is determined to help us change that today. >>reporter:great to be with you, the number one requested item this time of year from viewers
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orangeburg county trying to become a little more healthy how businesses are getting a ball to involved to fight obesity. that is later in the show.
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states, the cold dry welcome. how you doin'? good how are you? so today you're gonna choose a mobile office. you can choose this chevy silverado which offers built in 4g lte wi-fi. or you can choose this ford f-150, which doesn't offer wi-fi.
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a satellite antenna, and dolores. hey fellas! (group laughter) what? so, which one do you want? i pick the chevy. definitely. or, get this dependable silverado all star edition with a total value of seven thousand two hundred and fifty dollars. find new roads at your local chevy dealer. welcome back to news 19 on this wednesday morning. we are starting off with temperatures in the midlands, cold once again, 28 newberry, 32 winnsboro sumter and bishop bill each at 34 degrees, camden under the freezing mark at 27 degrees, when falls are, i know. most of us are not dealing with a wind chill factor. a lot of cold temperatures,
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upstate. cold dry air behind this cold front. the cold dry air will be reinforced we have a lot of sunshine today. kids get out of school 53 degrees. it will still be sunny. 51 newberry, 52 winnsboro, 53 saint matthews looking at a high here in columbia 54 degrees. the winds will be light out of the northwest and northwest and west at 5 miles per hour. it will be cold once again tonight, 27 degrees we could see wind chills in the upper teens as all of our lows will range from the lower to middle even upper 50s -- 20s. area of low pressure in the central plains and a surface trough in the golf, rain chances will return. it will also get a lot warmer, high of 60 degrees tomorrow, lots of sunshine as a cold front comes through. it will pastor quickly. a good chance of rain on friday with a high of 55. 58 on saturday and then we
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clear air starts coming in by monday, lowe's will be back in the upper 20s with highs in the middle to upper 40s. lets let's check on the road conditions, as you beat the traffic, you are not going to have to worry about scraping frost off the wind shield. traffic is light on i 75, no delays on any of our thoroughfares. 321 both directions, south on 321 at fish hatchery coming in and out of gaston a delay. from i 20 and highway 77 heading to downtown a 20 minute commute. it is wednesday, and it is time for our pet of the week. if you want somebody to greet you with a smiling face when you get home from school, or work say hello to minnie mouse. this little lady is surely going to make your day. she is no doubt a very playful and active little lady.
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definitely run around and prance with you as you get home from work or school. she is very active, very loving, and she is ready to she is a female terrier, she is 1.5 year old girl. she has artie been spayed and she has all of her shots.
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the telephone number on your 3 an effort to bring more healthy food options to orangeburg county is underway. the south carolina state small business development center is
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healthy food options to orangeburg county is underway. the south carolina small business development center is sponsoring a competition between businesses who will help wring healthier options to the area. 10 businesses will be chosen to be part of a development course. one winner will be chosen and they will reap -- they will receive $12,500. >> you have people with disabilities, people that need transportation to get to the grocery stores, and make those choices so they are not offered to them. so, really the initiative is a way to bring healthy foods to them, and give them access and opportunity to get healthy food. >> if you own a small business and you are interested in the competition you have until january 28 to apply. chick-fil-a is opening a brand-new location tomorrow you will want to be there. it's located at 405 killian road, and the owner is awarding a free one year supply of chick-
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adults in line. i think they do this every time a brand-new chick-fil-a opens. they added something new to their menu, a healthier option they are calling it the superfood side. they describe it as a blend of hand chopped kale and broccoli in a vinaigrette dressing and topped with dried sour cherries. it is served with roasted knots. customers can begin ordering the solid starting next monday. the site only has 140 calories in the small portion and a 170 calories and the larger portion. if you are looking for something to watch on television tonight. here is a look at our primetime lineup. 8o'clock, to broke girls followed by mike and molly. at 9 o'clock criminal minds followed by code black at 10 and then stick around for all of your news, weather and sports with news 19 at 11. also happening tonight, singer adele will be on the late late show with james
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carpool karaoke together. which is one of his most popular segments. he has also done one with justin bieber, carrie underwood and one direction to name a few. they are very funny. you can watch the show tonight at 12:35 right here on wltx coming up on news 19 this morning a rush of church break- ins have some people wondering if they are being targeted. details in the midlands run down after the break.
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yelp waking up with news 19 this morning. it's wednesday, january 13... the time is ___... let's get right to tod thank you for waking up with news 19 this morning.
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time right now is 6:54. today's top stories in your midlands run down. a string of church break-ins around orangeburg county have congregations concerned. at least eight churches have filed reports in the last two days. the damage varies from broken windows, but not all churches reported items stolen. the orangeburg county sheriff's office says they are continuing to investigate. columbia police have arrested three people they say were involved in a shooting and they are searching for a fourth suspect. the shooting happened just before 9 p.m. saturday night in the 3000 block of truman street. police say the driver would not offer police, lost control of the car and hit a brick wall. anyone with information call 888-crime-sc happening today, the public is invited to the statehouse to give their comments and recommendations on the department of transportation. this is taking place around 12:30 in room 110 of the
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you are asked to arrive a few minutes early in order to register. a disaster recovery center here in richland county will close today, but services will still be available for the fema helpline disaster recovery center at the richland maine library a will close at 6 p.m. today. survivors of the flood can get help by calling fema helpline from 7 a.m. until 10 p.m. seven days a week. also happening today, john kasich will hold a meet and greet and trust them. that will be at 5 o'clock and hosted by state representative chip winehouse. ted cruz is holding a rally in dorchester county at 6 p.m. tonight and on friday he will be right here in columbia taking part in a conservative leadership project presidential form. that one is taking place at 3:45 at the usc alumni center located on greenstreet right here in columbia. the undefeated carolina men's best team place today they travel to alabama to face the crimson tide. the men moved up in the polls after our win against vanderbilt over the weekend.
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and the usa today coaches poll and 19 and the a people. tip off for tonight's game is a 9 p.m. meanwhile the women's team also on the road this week, they take on kentucky. both the men and women are a combined 30-zero this season. tip offer that game is at 7 p.m. today is the day that could change her life and you could become a billionaire all by winning the largest powerball jackpot in history. that jackpot is a whopping $1.5 billion. officials say that number is expected to go even higher either drawing time later tonight. tickets are just two dollars and they are on sale until 10 p.m., you can watch the drawing right here on wltx just before our news 19 at 11. let's beat the traffic now with meteorologist, efran afante we are taking a peek right now what i 26 east and westbound lanes between piney grove in and st. andrews road, traffic has been picking up quite a bit and so far the roads have been pretty good. the only delay we have right now is in lexington coming on
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road heading south towards i 20. outside of that, the weather it is cold, clear skies right now in columbia, 31 degrees winds are calm, humidity 82% that will drastically change as we go throughout the day. when the kids had to the bus stop they will need their winter jacket. 29degrees. a lot of clear skies and reinforcing dry, cold air coming in with this area of high pressure as it sags behind this cold front. and the kids get out of school today it will be sunny, but rather mild. 53degrees as our high today in columbia, just a tad warmer 54. a lot of sunshine, clear skies overnight tonight, our temperatures will drop down to 27 with the possibility of looking at wind chills possibly in the upper teens and we start to warm up. 60degrees tomorrow on thursday, then with a cold front coming through we will have a chance of light to moderate showers on friday a high of 55, 58 on saturday but then the winds
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as we start cooling off on martin luther king day on monday, a morning low of 28 and continue with lows in the 20s with highs in the middle to upper 40s. bundle up as you had out there to get your powerball ticket before tonight. there and be like i'm freezing, i got it. >> i have $1.5 million in my hands right here. go to our website wltx.com we have lots of information on the powerball. we talked with a financial advisor earlier. we also want to mention that our own governor is going to be on cbs news this morning. >> tune in for that. make sure you tune into cbs of this morning and join us back here in about 25 minutes. we will touch base with you again. have a great day.
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